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Destiny 2 is going free-to-play for everyone on Stadia, no subscription required

Destiny 2 is going free-to-play for everyone on Stadia, no subscription required

Stadia has been consistently adding new games and features since its launch late last year, and today, the cloud gaming service has a few more announcements. Destiny 2 will be free for everyone — Pro subscription or not — starting later this week. In addition, a number of new titles are arriving in the Stadia Store, such as PAC-MAN Mega Tunnel Battle and Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands.

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Destiny 2: Beyond Light expansion brings pre-orders to Stadia

Destiny 2: Beyond Light expansion brings pre-orders to Stadia

If you've been following Stadia closely, you're probably aware that the game streaming service lacks many of the typical features you'd find on competing stores, such as a search function, or worthwhile categorization. Another missing element was the lack of any way to pre-order upcoming games, but thanks to the recent listings for the next Destiny 2 expansion Beyond Light, people can finally pay in advance for a product that doesn't exist yet.

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Google Stadia's latest addition is Monster Energy Supercross 3

Google Stadia's latest addition is Monster Energy Supercross 3

Today marks the official launch of Nvidia's GeForce Now game streaming service, a direct competitor to Google Stadia. With this news in mind, many Stadia fans may be left wondering how Google will respond to the launch of GeForce Now, and it would appear that the official release of Monster Energy Supercross 3 is the big reveal from the Stadia camp today, since it's actually the first game to be released on the Stadia platform in 2020.

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[We're all soldiers now] Blizzard releases Battle.net app for Android

[We're all soldiers now] Blizzard releases Battle.net app for Android

Battle.net is the one-stop shop for all Blizzard games, from Overwatch to World of Warcraft. But until now, there wasn't a mobile app available to chat with your friends or manage your profile, like Steam offers. Seemingly out of nowhere, Blizzard has released a Battle.net companion app for Android.

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